F. E. K. Bakkabulindi

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This survey sought to investigate links between use of ICT with six individual characteristics, namely interaction with ICT change agents, ICT training, cosmopolitanism, age, gender and income level. The study was a co-relational and cross-sectional survey biased to the quantitative approach, involving 145 teaching staff, 124 senior administrators and 175(More)
The purpose of the study was to establish which of (i) age (ii) gender and (iii) organizational culture is a correlate of use of knowledge management systems (KMS) among teachers, senior administrators and postgraduate students in Makerere University. The study was a co-relational and crosssectional survey biased to the quantitative approach, involving 444(More)
The survey sought to establish how perceived relative advantage, computability, user friendliness and observability related to use of ICT. Quantitative data was collected from 145 teachers, 124 administrators and 175 students using a questionnaire, whose validity and reliability were assessed using Confirmatory Factor Analysis and Cronbach’s alpha(More)
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